Cognac

Cognac, a French town in the dep. of Charente, birthplace of Francis I.; famous for its vines and the manufacture of brandy.

Population (circa 1900) given as 17,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Cogito, ergo sum * Cogniet
Codrington, Sir William John
Codrus
Coehoorn, Baron van
Cœlebs
Cœle-Syria
Cœlian
Coello
Cœur, Jacques
Cœur de Lion
Cogito, ergo sum
Cognac
Cogniet
Coila
Coimbatore
Coimbra
Coke
Coke, Sir Edward
Colbert, Jean Baptiste
Colburn, Zerah
Colchester
Colchester, Charles Abbot, Lord

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Duprat, Anthony
Francis I.